Because COVID-19 has forced me to work from home—the high school where I teach has moved to online learning—I’ve had some time to catch up on some reading. Once I finished volume 1 of E. W. Hengstenberg’s Christology of the Old Testament I planned to start Hengstenberg’s commentary on Ecclesiastes. I did not plan, however, toContinue reading “Ecclesiastes 8:15 and COVID-19”
Thanks to the extra time afforded by the quarantine, I’ve updated the look of Your Hebrew Tutor. A new look has been way overdue. I’m sure there are a few kinks left to work out, but everything should be functional. I welcome any helpful tips or comments!
The video for Jeremiah 10:11a should be available now. My apologies if you were not able to view it. Also, my plan is to continue to post videos for Ruth 1 while posting videos for Biblical Aramaic. Thank you for bearing with my snail’s pace! Richard
For those who are interested, I added a new resource to my list: Russell Fuller’s recently published intermediate grammar. This is the grammar most of my analysis is based on: grammatical categories, accents, etc. Also, I do plan to make more videos.
Thank you for your patience. Since my last post my wife and I have moved to a new house and have welcomed two young toddlers into our home. We are currently fostering them with the goal of adoption. Currently my schedule is crazy as I learn to incorporate raising two toddlers. I will start postingContinue reading “Update . . . .”
I want to apologize for not posting anything. The adoption process has taken more of my time than anticipated. I will get back to posting videos as soon as I’m able. God bless!
As noted before, I’ve had a lot to learn about running a site like this – posting videos, etc. I wanted to thank those of you who have provided feedback. Much appreciated! One thing I have fixed is that I removed YouTube’s suggested videos that pop up when my videos are over. I did notContinue reading “Thanks for the feedback!”
You can now follow me at: Facebook – just search for Your Hebrew Tutor Twitter @yourhebrewtutor All posts made on yourhebrewtutor.com will be shared on these platforms. They will also be shared on Google+, but you’ll have to search for my page – just search and join at Richard McDonald. I should have two pages,Continue reading “Follow me!”
Just a quick note that I will be working to shorten the videos going forward. I’ll try to keep the videos between 2 and 5 minutes. I’ll most likely break each verse down into shorter sections. This will allow me to cover everything without making you watch a laborious 15 minute video.